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Today nearly 1 million physicians in the U.S. practice in multiple locations, including offices, hospitals, and clinics. A recent Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) survey revealed that 83% of physicians said they use mobile technology to facilitate patient care. Additional recent surveys disclosed that: 79% use smartphones for professional purposes 60% of patients have either started paying for video consultation or plan to in the next few years 41% prescribe medications via mobile devices Mobile healthcare, or mHealth, is creating new demands on healthcare IT professionals for supporting BYOD best practices and mHealth security, reliability and efficiency. IT departments are investing in

There are two kinds of people I come across these days. There are those who call me on the phone to discuss a project, prefer to meet face to face and email attached photos and documents. They wait for my decision or input, and they may do the same with a few other people. Projects plod along sequentially. These people are working pretty much the same way they did in 2005, or earlier. And then there are those who work completely differently than they did a decade ago. They share a link to a collaborative document, and by the time I open the link, there may be several other people

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Wireless carriers are going beyond mobile phones and data plans and embracing new cloud services for businesses in a significant way.  While mobile phones and data plans are the core business for carriers, it’s become clear that one of the major vectors of growth is in the enterprise.  In fact, Ralph de la Vega, president & CEO of AT&T Mobile and Business Solutions, in a recent New York Times article said, “business solutions, or services it offers to businesses, will become its largest source of income." Here at RingCentral we’ve

Today we’re kicking off an action packed week at Enterprise Connect in Orlando, Florida. It’s a terrific gathering of industry leaders and buyers of enterprise telephony and unified communications services. This is my third time attending Enterprise Connect, and it gets me thinking about the following:  “How is unified communications evolving?”  The roots of communications in the enterprise has typically involved a traditional on-premise PBX system, which has evolved over time but remains the proverbial box in the basement.  As additional modes of communications were added to support unified communications, disparate systems were added and additional complexity inevitably ensued.  Eventually hosted solutions, including


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